A person contemplated in section 4 (1) may seek to enforce any right in terms of this Act or in terms of a transaction or agreement, or otherwise resolve any dispute with a supplier, by—
||referring the matter directly to the Tribunal, if such a direct referral is permitted by this Act in the case of the particular dispute;
||referring the matter to the applicable ombud with jurisdiction, if the supplier is subject to the jurisdiction of any such ombud;
||if the matter does not concern a supplier contemplated in paragraph (b)—
||referring the matter to the applicable industry ombud, accredited in terms of section 82(6), if the supplier is subject to any such ombud; or
||applying to the consumer court of the province with jurisdiction over the matter, if there is such a consumer court, subject to the law establishing or governing that consumer court;
||approaching a court with jurisdiction over the matter, if all other remedies available to that person in terms of national legislation have been exhausted.